Roulette is a game in which the dealer spins the ball that falls into the wheel pockets numbered from 0, which is green, to 36, which are alternately black and red.
The player can place the bet on each number individually, but on number sectors as well, odds/evens, red/black, low/high numbers. When the time for betting is open, that is, when the countdown starts the player can:
Repeat the bet with Rebet
Go step back with the selected bet using Undo
Erase all bets with Clear
The player can record its bets by placing them and then clicking 'save layout' and set a certain position of the bet.
The "Autoplay" option serves as the repetition of the same bet for a certain number of times.
Basic information on the dealer, betting limits, statistics and history are located on the left and the right side of the screen.
The ball must spin in the direction opposite to the numbered wheel rotation
The ball must spin for at least 4 circles during the rotation
The ball must rotate
No foreign objects must be located within the wheel
Otherwise, the bet is void.
The game is played with 52 cards in which a player competes with the dealer on who will reach the number of card points as close as possible to 21 or precisely 21, never over 21.
The game with 52 cards to predict whose hand will be closer to the value of 9. The player can bet on the Bank (dealer), himself, or a tie score.
The game with 3 dice in which a player places a bet on numbers that will roll by throwing the dice underneath the glass 'bell' by the dealer.
you will play this game against and before you sit at the table, you will see what the Dealer dealt himself in the last couple of rounds, and what did it deal with the players at the table, more precisely, as with all other live dealer games, the statistics of previous hands.